This book introduces young readers to the life of Eleanor Roosevelt, beginning with her childhood in New York City, New York. Readers will become familiar with her courage as they learn about how she lost both her parents at a young age, attended Allenswood Academy in England, and later married Franklin Roosevelt. Details of Mrs. Roosevelt's years as First Lady, including her work on behalf of the rights of women, minorities, civil rights, New Deal programs, and World War II soldiers, are also discussed. The book also highlights her contributions toward promoting peace and justice throughout the world as a member of the United Nations. Informative sidebars and full-color photos accompany easy-to-read, engaging text. Includes timeline, fun facts, index, and glossary.
Our books feature quality content for young readers in grades PreK–12.
All library bound hardcovers are guaranteed to last a lifetime.
Shop Budget Saver Books, available
now with heavily discounted pricing. Value from cover to cover.